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Criminal Defense

 

Criminal Defense

 

Sometimes people are falsely accused of committing crimes they did not commit. Other times, prosecutors ‘over-charge’ a criminal defendant. Either way, it can be scary and daunting to become a defendant in a criminal proceeding. In either situation, the difference between freedom and prison, innocence and guilt, a good deal or bad deal, often depends on the experience, expertise, passion and skill of the lawyer defending the case.

Attorney Daniel S. Gross maintains years of experience in all manner of criminal defense, including; drug crimes (possession), domestic abuse/felonious assault, resisting and obstructing police, violation(s) under the sex offender registry act (SORA), weapons offenses, drunk driving, theft/larceny along with financial transaction device related charges.